From the poetic collection of Pablo Neruda’s ‘One Hundred Love Sonnets’ (Cien Sonetos de amor), the poem Sonnet XVII, whith the conventional title ‘I don’t Love you As if you Were a Rose’, is given entirely here. The collection was released in 1959, and is dedicated to Neruda’s wife Matilde.
The poem ‘A Horse With Greenblue Eyes’ by the great and prolific American writer Charles Bukowski is included in the excellent poetic collection ‘Love Is A Dog From Hell’, which was released in 1977. Here is given the whole poem.
The masterpiece poem ‘The City’ by the Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy was written in 1894 in Alexandria, Egypt, but was published a few years later, in 1910. The whole poem is given here, along with the classic recitation of G. P. Savvidis in Greek language and Andrew Spence, in English.
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